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I am in love with still lives. I like to bring the everyday and the silent presence of the ordinary objects into my art. I find the Dutch and Spanish masters of the 1600’s inspiring as much as the modern masters. The way they invite the viewer to gaze upon their works and allow a slow and certain surge of thoughts and impressions to alter the viewer’s thinking about the objects shown. We see things by being able to compare them to something, may that be our own memories or another object,  hence the duality in my works. Some objects fade away whilst others come to the foreground. There is always a kind of darkness behind the sharp light. The objects talk to us through our memories and given enough time to this process we allow a change in our thinking. After a while one finds that they are not objects we are staring at but life itself.

Born: 1975

Studies:  1994-1999        University of Craft and Design, Budapest, Hungary

1989-1993         Secondary School of Craft and Design, Budapest, Hungary

Glasdepot, Lette Holtingshof, Germany

Chosen few:

2019  Glasdepot, Lette Holtingshof, Germany

2018  Touring show, China, Hangzhou City Centre, Contemporary Hungarian Fine Art in Peking,

Fine Art Museum, Sanghai, Museum of Glass

2018  Art Market, Budapest, Hungary

2011  Melt, London, UK

2007  British Glass Biennale, UK

2004  „Fragile Cargo” Touring show, Hungary, UK, Belgium, Holland

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